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Beet Gajor- er Torkari: Beet & Carrot Curry

 

 

There are times when those few moments just flash past me, at the oddest time of the day, maybe just when I am taking a walk or even doing my dishes. The winter night would soon engulf the day. The crisp breeze brushed across my face as my forehead pressed against the [...]

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Safed Aloo: Potatoes cooked in White Sauce

 

Over these years I have been extremely fortunate to have been introduced to different cuisines. India is a place of such diversity that the food and ingredients can change entirely within a few miles you travel. Within the same region there are differences and even bigger differences when you step into another state. [...]

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Chingri Begun-er Tel Jhol: Spicy Shrimp Curry with Eggplants

 

It is not always the length or the kind of ingredients that makes a recipe perfect. It is also the state of mind.  Or even how our life gets shaped. Myriads of experiences, even the ones that are forgotten, seemingly erased from memory make indelible prints somewhere unseen. Then they whisper in unison, [...]

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Chicken with Black Pepper and Cream

 

 

The two most important things that inspire me to cook are the memories of my childhood, especially with my ma and dida and also that sudden intuitive attraction I feel towards a particular recipe. Each of these triggers work differently. The memories are calm, stable and continues. I know it is there [...]

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Mutton Curry with Fenugreek, Coconut and Curry Leaves

 

One of my maa’s recipes has been the inspiration for this recipe today. I have a distinct memory of this afternoon when I see my maa emerging out of the kitchen ¬†holding a stainless steel container and setting it on the table. It was a mutton curry she had tried out for the [...]

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